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Canberra Environment Centre

Corner of Lennox Crossing and Lawson Crescent

Acton Peninsula, ACT 2601

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Create your own miniature garden.

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In this workshop, we will learn about the history of terrariums - terra meaning "earth" or "land, arium meaning "a place" or "contained within". Kat McGilp will teach you about the fundamentals of creating a terrarium and what is required to maintain these mini-ecosystems. Each participant will get to make their own unique terrarium to take home. You can choose a tropical mossy haven or a colourful succulent arrangement.

Terrariums are a great way to bring a bit of nature into your house or workplace as decoration or as a lovely gift for someone

Please kindly note that tickets cannot be transferred to other workshops. You are welcome to pass your ticket on to another person.

Please observe good hygiene and social distancing during this workshop and do not attend if you have been feeling unwell. If you are sick and need to cancel, please contact us for a refund.

Please note that in the event of community transmission of COVID-19 in the ACT region the Canberra Environment Centre reserves the right to either adapt or cancel the event and refund all ticketholders at our discretion.

Accessibility: the Canberra Environment Centre has an accessibility ramp and spacious indoor area. The CEC has two regular sized toilet cubicles. For all accessibility enquiries please contact us 6248 0885 sustainability@canberraenvironment.org

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Canberra Environment Centre

Corner of Lennox Crossing and Lawson Crescent

Acton Peninsula, ACT 2601

Australia

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